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Fired

A former deputy claims in a federal complaint that the Dickinson County, Kansas, sheriff fired him unfairly for defending the Confederate flag and criticizing same-sex marriage on his Facebook page.

TOPEKA, Kan. – A former deputy claims in a federal complaint that the Dickinson County, Kansas, sheriff fired him unfairly for defending the Confederate flag and criticizing same-sex marriage on his Facebook page.

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